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Intel Media Software at NAB 2016
04/22/16

In this 1-minute video, Mark J. Buxton details some of the exciting media software demos that Intel showed at NAB 2016. This includes ~50 streams transcoding in AVC, and HEVC live broadcasting capabilities in 60 fps - with both of these demos each running on one Intel® platform using...

Remote Secure Erase with Intel® AMT Remote Secure Erase with Intel® AMT and Intel® SSD Pro 1500/2500 allows IT administrators to remotely wipe the hard drive for the purposing of securely wiping a PC prior to repurposing.
What’s New in Intel® Video Pro Analyzer - April 2016 New release of Intel Video Pro Analyzer: Enhance Codecs with SHVC for Reliable Viewing Experiences, Use 10-bit AVC to Deliver HDR Content
New Comprimato JPEG2000 Codec Now Native for Intel® Media Server Studio New Comprimato JPEG2000 Codec Now Native for Intel® Media Server Studio - New Plugin Delivers High Quality Imagery with Low Latency
Mobile Viewpoint Delivers HEVC HDR Live Broadcasting with Intel Media Technologies Mobile Viewpoint Delivers HEVC HDR Live Broadcasting running on the latest 6th generation Intel® processors and through using Intel® Media Server Studio - Get Fast, Efficient HEVC Video Encoding
Intel® Software Developer Zone at Microsoft* Build 2016 Thousands of developers made the trek to San Francisco on March 30 – April 1st for this anticipated Microsoft* annual event, where the company showed the latest software tools and technologies through keynotes, technical sessions, demos, and fun activities such as parties and coding contests. Intel...
Get Amazing Intel GPU Acceleration for Media Pipelines - Webinar Replay
04/06/16

Media application developers: Learn how to access the heterogeneous capabilities of Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processors1 to unlock amazing faster performance for your media applications by utilizing some of the most disruptive and rapidly improving aspects of Intel processor...

An API Journey for Velocity and Lower Cost
04/05/16
With digital business and market competition intensifying, many companies are shifting to APIs to expose business processes and data for easy and better integration, enabling business expansion, and driving lower cost and faster time to market (TTM) through reusable services and APIs. APIs are...
Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2017 Beta Learn about what's new in 2017 and get access to the beta program. Browse FAQs, support, webinars, release notes, known issues and more.
Intel AMT SDK 11 Release Notes If you are working on developing your own Intel AMT Manageability Console you can find important release notes inside the SDK root-level folder.  Look for a HTML file called “Intel AMT Release 11.0 SDK Release Notes”. If you are facing issues in your integration process, you should check the notes...